“Police Commissioner Ford learned of an allegation of sexual harassment by officer Kingdom and admittedly did not report the incident to the board, … Kingdom was fairly notorious. Mayor Willis stated that he learned of some of Kingdom’s actions through ‘street-talk….” Kingdom’s continued work as a police officer provided an outlet to harass various women. Certainly, if city officials ignored Kingdom’s behavior and intentionally failed to present allegations to the board to create plausible deniability, their actions resulted in Kingdom’s continued employment as a police officer. There is a factual dispute for a jury to decide whether a custom of not holding Kingdom accountable for his actions was the moving force behind his alleged continued harassment.”
Cosey v. Kingdom, 4:12CV15-B-S, 2013 WL 5873352 at *5-6 (N.D. Miss. Oct. 30, 2013) (Biggers, Jr., J.).